Are you up for something sweet? These 8 gems of organic production will help you improve your health and reduce your sugar intake.
Fruit contains vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that hydrate the body and provides a sufficient amount of carbohydrates that can satisfy hunger.
If currently take into account the amount of sugar intake, we recommend a few foods that you can consume without guilt.
Strawberries are always a great choice when it comes to fruits that contain little sugar. A cup of strawberries contains about 7 grams of sugar and a little more than the recommended daily amount of vitamin C.
The best way to control the amount of sugar you eat is through portion control. Grapefruit is a great solution if you want to reduce your sugar intake. It is enough to eat only half of this fruit, which contains about 8 grams of sugar.
Raspberries contain very little sugar, although they give off the taste of very sweet fruit. One cup of raspberries contains only 5 grams of sugar and 8 grams of carbohydrates, so it will keep you full longer than other fruits.
Although this fruit may not be at the top of your list when you go shopping, this food contains only a gram of sugar. In addition to not having a large amount of sugar, it contains useful vegetable fats and carbohydrates.
If you have diabetes or worry about how fruit affects your blood sugar, change the way you eat fruit. While one whole apple contains 19 grams of sugar, a cup of unsweetened apple juice has 24 grams of sugar.
When you crave sweets, a healthier solution for you is peach. This juicy fruit contains about 13 grams of sugar.
Blackberries belong to the category of fruits with many nutritional values. One cup of blackberries contains 7 grams of sugar, 8 grams of fiber and two grams of protein.
As with apples, it is healthier to eat it whole than to drink its juice. One orange contains about 12 grams of sugar and more than the recommended amount of vitamin C.. A cup of unsweetened juice contains twice as much sugar and twice as little fiber.
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